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|"Once upon a time, she began,
all the birds were invited to a feast in the
as Achebe renders the traditional Igbo folktale opening into English.
|The story explains a cause, origin, or reason for
something--gives an "etiological |
explanation...at the end" (Obiechina)--i.e. for why the tortoise shell is "'not smooth.'"
|The story dramatizes a moral: greedy Tortoise,
'"full of cunning,'" manages to trick|
the birds out of all the food at the feast,but for his selfishness he is punished.
Tortoise falls from the sky and "His shell broke into pieces."
|In folktale worlds, such "naughty," but
not "irredeemably" wicked characters, as |
Achebe describes Tortoise (qtd. in Baker and Draper 22), are often restored and/or
reintegrated back into society: i.e. "'a great medicine-man in the neighbourhood'"
patches Tortoises shell together again.